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again. outside right now 40s to low 50s. 55 in oakland. 48 in napa. the sun sets in a few minutes and our temperatures will tumble again. tomorrow morning, we do have a frost advisory for the bay side communities, outside of san francisco, redwood city, fremont, hayward, oakland. notice the purple, inland areas, north bay, east bay, south bay, dipping into the 20s. a freeze warning is expected for you. this is going to happen tomorrow morning. he is a peak at the handful of numbers i am expecting. petaluma has felt the chilliest temperatures. 40 for san francisco. 28 in walnut creak. when i return what you can expect for tomorrow and a time line of when i expect we will thaw out and when we will warm up. >>> the cold snap continues. citrus growers are going out out to protect their crops. they invested $11 million to protect their crops. many say it is necessary to do so. they generate $2 billion a year. efforts to use water and wind machines has paid off. in december of 2011 a deep freeze cost them half a billion dollars to protect the crops. >>> it will be a cold night for some
up at 5-30. but first - oakland's murder rate tops 130. tonight we're learning more about the most recent. a 15-year-old gunned down while walking down the street. and homicides spiking in the bay area's biggest city - san jose. the city recording it's 46th murder just hours ago. those stories - after the break. if sleep train thanks all those who helped make a difference last year for thousands of california foster kids. thank you for helping foster kids. thank you for the school supplies. thank you for the new shoes. thank you, secret santa. and thank you for donating money. your generosity proves that while not everyone can be a foster parent, anyone can help a foster child. - thank you. - thank you. gracias por su ayuda. thank you. >>> the homicide rate in oakland keeps rising and tonight the person who killed a 15 year old girl is still on the lose. that girl was killed as she walked with others in a group near the oakland coliseum sunday afternoon. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us with new information. >> the 15 year-old has been identified. just hours
that investigation. >> reporter: how did three felons from sacramento and oakland with prior convictions for drugs find their way into the multimillionaire exclusive bay area businessman's home? the answer may lie with this woman. she was first arrested on prostitution charges last week. the murder suspects were arrested shortly after. dixon has been charged with harboring one of the murder suspects, but their exact relation to one another is unknown. and speaking of prostitutes, we dug through a stack of court documents two feet tall. he's accused of shady business deals. >> the business partners accused him of having a sham divorce. in fact the ceo wrote back in 2006. if you want to inflate the numbers on the value of tessla and his holdings to give his ex- wife the valuable assets through divorce in order to screw your creditors, no one is stopping you, however i am not about to lie for you or anyone else. in a separate e-mail, the same ceo wrote that he has never treated anyone fairly in his life except for his women. that's why no one in his family will have anything to do with him. and the c
there this morning. again, a very cold morning and northbound 880 not too bad through oakland and south 880 looking good all the way into the south bay. frank. >> thank you. >>> al-jazeera has purchased san francisco-based "current tv." the "new york times" reports the deal could be worth as much as $500 million. it says it will rebrand al gore's "current tv" into a new channel called "al-jazeera america." meanwhile time warner cable incorporated announced it is dropping "current tv" as a result of this new deal. "current tv" will be part of five new u.s. bureaus operated by al-jazeera. according to the times some staff members may be able to stay on board but some shows may be dissolved this spring including the war room with former michigan governor general ever granholm and the gavin newsom show hosted by california's lieutenant governor. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton finally out of the hospital today after being treated for a blood clot near her brain. president clinton and their daughter chelsea on hand to take her home yesterday from the hospital. it was the first time she has been s
expected in oakland. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows mild conditions for today in the first half of tomorrow. again we have rain on the rising saturday stretching into sunday. this is not a huge storm it is not a significant rainmaker we are back on the side a fair weather and mild conditions as we start the next work weeks. the first four days of the next week look dry we will be continued during with mostly sunny skies. a quick bridge check. no worries at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza everyone getting along fine out of oakland into the city. >> at the san mateo bridge it is quiet in the west bound direction towards of the city. >> the golden gate bridge south bound 101. the chp report to no accidents. visibility is starting to be impacted. more on that coming up in just a bit. >> thank you erica. >> there is new information on new york giagiants pitcher so romano. >> who is apologizing for his actions in loss vegas. >> police say he got into an argument with t s a officers at loss vegas mccarraan international airport on new year's day. >> this is
police at a station in oakland. how grant is being remembered tonight. and the movie that's heading for sundance. >>> a close call on a frigid lake. the dramatic video of a sledder. and his rescuers. falling through thin ice. >>> and celebrating the first area.. the twist that makes this delivery. extra special. >> catherine: grocery stores in alameda county are now charging customers for paper bags. that follows the ban on plastic bags that went into effect last year. us what people think of the additional cost. >> jack refused to pay the extra 105. so he walked out in the cold carrying two bags he did not he was not alone. >> it is not worth it. and maybe i'd is one-stop shopping. >> i do not know what i'm going to do now. >> these used to be free. they did not mind paying the extra time to restore caught off guard. >> i thought that the guy was joking because i knew the guy and i said 105? i think that it is great. we do not need any more plastic bags. the maureen thinks that it is just fine. >> it works great. among grocery store is in alameda county are participating in this pr
at the martinez junior high school. >>> a vigil at noon in oakland for a man who was shot and killed while detained by bart police. family members will hold the vigil at the fruitvale bart station where oscar grant was shot four years ago today. officer johannes mehserle was later found guilty on involuntary manslaughter. he was released from prison in june of 2011 after serving his sentence. >>> in other bay area headlines, there is a ban on wood-burning today throughout the bay area. it is illegal all day to burn wood, fire logs or pellets. this order interest air quality regulators -- from ar quality regulators applies to all nine counties in the region. it traps soot so on a typical winter night a third from wood stoves and fireplaces. >> tough day to do it with folks at home probably wanting to enjoy it. >>> if you ride bumper cars at the fair do it at your own risk. that's the ruling from the california supreme court. it ruled a doctor could not sue santa clara's great america theme park after she broke her wrist on the bumper cars. the court says that there is, quote, an assumption
:09. a vigil is planned at noon in oakland today for a man who was shot and killed while detained by bart police. family will hold the vigil at the fruitvale bart station where oscar grant was shot four years ago today. officer johannes mehserle was later found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. he was released from jail in june of 2011 after serving has sentence. >>> in other headlines, if you ride the bumper cars at the fair you do it at your own risk a ruling from the california supreme court. it ruled a doctor could not sue santa clara's great america theme park for breaking her wrist on the bumper cars. the court says there is an asum shown of risk if you ride the bumper cars. >>> there is a ban on wood- burning throughout the bay area today on new year's day. it's illegal all day to burn wood, fire logs or pellets. violators could face fines. chilly and still air is creating a health hazard by trapping soot. a third of that comes from wood stoves and fireplaces. a tough day because a lot of folks are home. but better not do that. >> and cold. >> it is cold. >>> 6:10. we're going to
rosa, 27. half moon bay 40. princeton, 36. 38 oakland, 34 mountain view, san jose, 35 but livermore is 29 and even oakland airport showing some 30s. zero in tahoe. i know it was 4 below in truckee. 26 ukiah, 28 sacramento and redding at 24. it's cold. mostly sunny. this system out here is falling apart. there will be a stronger one coming in on late friday, saturday but i think it will go right down to southern california and miss us. mostly sunny. high clouds are coming up. 50s, low, mid, around the bay, you will find some upper 50s to near 60. oakland downtown which will probably be warmer than the oakland airport. pittsburg, 55. gilroy, 63. santa cruz, 59. cue her tino is -- cupertino is in there. it may be warmer in daly city than brisbane. colder, cloudy to mostly cloudy on sunday. and back to cold and sunny days on monday. >>> thank you, steve. 7:10. a new policy is in place to help prevent violence at san francisco homeless shelters. shelters are allowed to close their doors to people who are violent or make threats outside of the shelter. the new policies were approved last
far this year. that's almost one a day. five of them were killed. in oakland california, there have been 13 homicide since sandy hook. today the police were unable to break down how many of those in oakland from shootings but we do know from over the past weekend 11 people were wounded in gun violence. and last friday four people died in oakland shootings over the span of six hours. with us now is oakland's congresswoman democrat barbara lee. welcome inside "the war room"." i only wish you were here on set. >> pleased to be with you. >> jennifer: well, let's talk about the gun issue first because you do represent an area that has been certainly in the crosshairs, if you will, of gun violence. do you expect this latest round of gun safety efforts promoted by the president and vice president, to actually have an impact on urban violence? >> jennifer quite frankly i'm optimistic that we'll be able to move something forward. of course, we know what the political dynamics are here in the house of representatives but i think the american people, and i think every poll has shown since the
in oakland. >> reporter: starting next month, oakland hopes to become the first city in the nation to offer an id card that can also work as a debit card. julio berraro, an undocumented immigrant makes his living selling cotton candy from a stick. he says he's been in the u.s. for 13 years. in limited english, he told me he's been robbed at gun point several times. he says he often carries cash, because he doesn't have a photo id to open a pang account. he plans to apply for the city's new id card, that resembles this prototype, because it can also work as a debit card. he says he will have a safe place to keep his money. gabrielle with street level health project is working with the city to identify people such as day laborers who could benefit from the new cards. >> they carry cash around when they get paid, because they're day laborers. a lot of them are seen as walking atm's. a lot of them have been robbed. >> reporter: people will be able to deposit money into their debit cards in various locations in their neighborhoods. applicants are required to provide a photo id. ones from other c
cameras reveal the face of a man accused of a shocking crime against a woman and her dog. and oakland. the mayor explains why she is handing out debit cards to people who entered this country illegally. >> sometimes federal laws are not just. >> catherine: tonight at eight. controversy over oakland's plan to issue municipal i-d cards to illegal immigrants. mayor jean quan and city leaders defend the program as a way to help fight the high crime rate.. but as kron 4's reggie kumar reports - the program may violate federal law. >> reporter: this is what oakland's municipal i-d card will look like. it will show a picture of the card holder, and list their name address date of birth, hair and eye color, weight and height. but, the person's sex will not be included, after concerns were raised by transgender advocates. city officials say the added benefit is that it can be used as a debit card. there is a one time application fee of 15 dollars, and up to a two dollar monthly fee charged by the financial provider sf global. mayor jean quan and outgoing councilmember ignacio de la fuente work
will now be available to citizens in oakland. >> reporter: starting next month, oakland hopes to become the first city in the nation to offer an id card that can also work as a debit card. julio berraro, an undocumented immigrant makes his living selling cotton candy from a stick. he says he's been in the u.s. for 13 years. in limited english, he told me he's been robbed at gun point several times. he says he often carries cash, because he doesn't have a photo id to open a pang account. he plans to apply for the city's new id card, that resembles this prototype, because it can also work as a debit card. he says he will have a safe place to keep his money. gabrielle with street level health project is working with the city to identify people such as day laborers who could benefit from the new cards. >> they carry cash around when they get paid, because they're day laborers. a lot of them are seen as walking atm's. a lot of them have been robbed. >> reporter: people will be able to deposit money into their debit cards in various locations in their neighborhoods. applicants are required to
-threatening injuries. the altercation remained under investigation. >> starting next month, the city of oakland will start issuing municipal photo id cards to undocumented workers. >> that will show a person's address, height and weight similar to a driver's license. >> this the first type of id card that can be used as a debit card. the move may violate federal immigration laws. but oakland mayor jean quan argues congress is felt to pass copperheads immigration reform and that something has to be done to help the immigration-- immigrant population in oakland. >> we know that day laborers that people who receive cash or be more open. there is to be a way for the people not to be afraid. of not to report a crime but no. >> residenthere is a onetime application fee of $15 and up to a dollar monthly fee. >> residents will have to go to designated loading stations in the oakland area to load money on to the card. >> prosecutors intend to seek the death penalty in the murder of a monte sereno and. >> one of three suspects javier garcia, appeared in court or the judge ordered him held without bail. >
the traffic on 880. no problems here in oakland. and the morning commute looks good on the san mateo bridge. >>> and what started as a traffic stop ends with a crash, and claudine wong joins us with the details of what happened. >> reporter: we're at 5th and townsend where the crash happened. you can see power poll hanging up in the air, and as we pan down it's not even hitting the ground. the area has been taped off by the caltran employees while they try to figure out what to do. that truck that was simply just parked there in this employee parking lot. we'll span left and show you the pg&e truck that rival within the last -- arrived literally within the last five minutes. power along the street, at least for one block in both directions that i can see is out at this time. i want to e show you video from earlier this morning as we take you through what we know about what happened. this started as an attempted traffic stop a little before 2:00 this morning. chp confirming for us that they tried to pull the driver over. the driver as they say failed to yield, came off the freeway, and ended
well in oakland near the toll plaza. those metering lights are on and we'll see what happens today and the in solano county at glenn cove road, a crash is blocking at least one lane. let's go to steve. >>> we have a cold day out there 20s and 30s again for many and in fact this the system is approaching by the weekend but i really feel this run into a lot of resistance. mostly sunny, a little warmer with high clouds today and the big news is how cold it is, only a few lower 40s and temperatures along the coast are cooler than they were yes yet fso is 38 and i have seen some upper 20s to lower 30s so mostly sunny, a cold, and they are starting to warm up. concord in there as well. 59 oakland, and morgan hill 60 and santa cruz 63, wow, that is is heatwave compared to what we have had lately. 58 daily city, 59 redwood city and a half moon bay, passive can. and today is one of those days. part part partly sunday and we will have more coming up. >>> vietnam is a $3 billion coffee market and starbucks has 3300 stores in 12 countries. >>> the 99-cent menu is history. they call it the righ
in court again tomorrow. >>> and the city of oakland plans to issue special id cards for people without legal immigration status. yesterday, mayor jean quan showed off an example of the card, which is also designed to function as a debit card. the city expects to issue 6,000 of these cards this year but is still trying to work out the details of the system. critics contend the cars will legitimate might see the presence of illegal immigrants. >>> there is a new clue in the case of a dog killed in a san francisco robbery. police say the man seen running away in this grainy surveillance video last friday had just mugged a woman and threw her dog into oncoming traffic. the owner says she treated that dog like a child. >> seg everything in my head and wanting to break everything and seeing everything in my hundred dollars, screaming at the top of my lungs. seeing everything in my head. i just want her back. >> there is a $3,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. >>> it's chilly. no advisories in effect today, though. >> that's kind of surprising. the temperatures are similar outsi
in oakland. mid- 40's and napa i-low 50s for this afternoon. 52 degrees in napa, expected later. and 52 degrees and will take a look at futurecast and track the rainfall. for now, let us go back over to marty. >> good news for hockey fans this morning - the n-h-l and players have a tentative agreement that will salvage the season. negotiations lasted more than 16 hours. they finally resolved remaining issues early this morning. sharks fans have been without games for one- hundred-13 days. businesses around h-p pavilion have been hurting because of the lock out. a final approval will help the n-h-l avoid a second season lost to labor disputes. a lockout eight years ago wiped out the entire 2004 - 05 season. today's agreement is for ten years. but either side can opt out after eight. it still has to be ratified by the players and by n-h-l owners. but officials say games could begin as soon as january 19th. >> mill whermillbrae police-are taking this girl is from south san francisco appears to be in stable condition after being shot in the stomach for the tie. millbrae police this morning
, the fourth was at west view drive in oakland, crews worked to fix the break on santa clara street. abc 7 news is live for us. nick? >> the work all day and have continued to work up until the last minute. in fact, they just wrapped up, here in hayward. you know if you woke up in the morning with out running water, they did their best to cross the east bay to make sure that if that tap wasn't working to get that water flowing again. the city of hayward's department of public works forced to deal with one of five reported water main break as cross the east bay today arngs 4:30, reports of the break made its way to city hall. by 5:00 a.m. crews identified a problem, and were digging up a section of santa clara street to fix the busted pipes. more than 300 customers were without water. the problem? this section of pipe. the 12 inch pipe built in 1958 became a casualty of age. officialseyy say one more thin. >> amounts of rains that we've had in the a lot of two storms playing a role. the fact that some cords fell recently. >> customers in four other neighborhoods would wake up to water main prob
of the district attorney. >>> oakland is rolling out its new city id cards, a move not everybody's too happy with. the city issuing the id cards to help residents without legal immigration status with everything from dealing with police to cashing checks. several cities do have similar programs. oakland will be the first to tie it to banking so cardholders can use it as a debit card. critics say undocumented immigrants should not be allowed to have the cards while the mayor says it's going to improve lives. >> the reality is this nation is way overdue for immigration reform. these people who have been here for decades, i think most americans agree, should have some pathway to being able to live here with dignity. >> for the record, these cards will run $15 for adults. minors and seniors will pay less. a total of about 6,000 cards will be issued starting on february 1st. >>> governor jerry brown is back at it again. he is facing large opposition against his proposal to change california school funding. specifics to his plan have yet to be released. but the governor wants to simplify funding stream
. >> sensors designed to detect a gunshot are now being used in oakland. they are called shot spotters' and a blanket nearly half the city of new year's eve, the technology came in handy when officers were able to respond to a shooting after being alerted by the shot spotter, rather than wait for 911 calls to come in. ballard came less than 22 seconds. >> officers were able to rest one suspect in the shooting and sees a colt assault rifle loaded with a hundred rounds of an initiammunition. >> oakland police say the no. 4 shot spotter to work, they must have the manpower out in the field. as a jealous more than a hundred officers were laid off in 2010. >> east bay mud workers spent much of the night repair war may break. this happened in the 23rd hundred block of swight way. not far from telegraph ave. >> an underground pipe flooded part of the road but workers managed to shut off the water while making repairs. >> they hope to have everything fixed by this morning. >> until then, a 16 homes remain without water. >> people forced from their homes in san francisco fire this week and are
to hear from a consultant oakland just hired about how he plans to fight crime there. >> a california school district armed with high powered weapons just in case.. >> live doppler 7 tracking a show-moving system. how long you'll need rain gear coming up. >> good evening, i'm cheryl jengs. >> i'm carolyn johnson. the consultant hired to help fight crime says he's ready to get to work. the city council approved the hiring of william bratton and this hearing ended at 2:30 this morning. abc 7 news spoke with brat ontoday, brat onseems confident he can make a difference in spite of the controversy. >> remember that adage success breeds success? well, it's followed this police chief from new york to los angeles and he tell meez there are strategy that's will work in oakland. in detroit he's trying to dot same there. >> bill brat onis confident. >> i've never had to hear in km crime did not go down in the city. that i was working in. crime continued to go down. >> the philosophy is control behavior of criminals, flood hot spots with officers. the places where most of the violent crimes take
'm michelle griego. about two hours from now, oakland police chief howard jordan will tell us more about an undercover officer being shot in east oakland. he is expected to survive. and the city council is expected to decide tonight whether to hire bill bradley to be a police consultant. they have approved money for a consultant but still decides braton will get the job. >>> piedmont residents are on edge with two home robberies. no one was seriously hurt. traffic and weather in just a moment. well, well well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv with a total home dvr included free for life. only $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. >>> good morning, out to marin county. southbound 101 an accident there cleared to the right hand shoulder. until the east bay
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in the 20s and the 30s outside. 35 in san jose. 39 right now in oakland. 20 showing up in the valleys. this afternoon we'll thaw out. numbers expected to be in the 50s under mostly sunny skies. you will see another nice day tomorrow but a cold start to the morning. could see some showers over the weekend. . >> announcer: this national wer >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by the u.s. postal service. schedule your free package pickup today. >>> after >>> after the newtown school shooting there was a call for stricter gun laws and a jump in gun sales but nobody predicted how big those numbers would be. this morning, john miller will show us why december was a perfect storm for gun sales. >>> and las vegas bookmakers lost money on the nfl this year, what are the odds of that? we'll find out why betters had such a good year and what the bookmakers are doing about it, on "cbs this morning." ut it on "cbs this morning." portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by capella university.
to be a weaker system. it looks like one and done. 30s on the temperatures or 40. oakland, 40. the city 45. but fairfield is at 30. 31 santa rosa. there's some patchy fog, livermore and concord and out to the valley. tahoe is 9. yesterday at this time i think they were 0. so temperatures not as bad. sacramento, along with fog. stockton as well. watch out for some of that tulle fog if you have to travel out that way. today is all right. i think tomorrow, too. partly sunny, 33. late saturday, early sunday, they may get some snow up there. mostly sunny for us today. patchy fog on the cold side. more of that damp cold. mid- to upper 50s. a little cooler and then an east breeze coming in. 59 in oakland. 58 alameda. we'll go 60 morgan hill. santa cruz, 59. saratoga at 59. a lot of 50s on the san mateo coast in the city and on the peninsula upper 50s. san carlos close to 59. rain on saturday and sunday. and then it clears out. clear on monday and tuesday. >>> despite the grumbling in his own party, joan boehner was eeckt -- john boehner was elected as house speaker. [ applause ] >> ten republican
. >>> oakland police are looking for two bank robbers who were caught on camera. the man here on the left held up a bank of the west on the afternoon of december 10. and police believe the woman in the picture on the right of your screen was his accomplice. there is a $2,500 reward for information that leads to an arrest. >>> the chp issued its second silver alert. investigators are looking for 67-year-old rafael -- raymond smith. he suffered a stroke, partially paralyzed and depressed. he left his home sunday morning. smith is a white man about 6 feet tall, 155 pounds, blue skies and straight shoulder -- blue eyes eyes and straight shoulder length hair. police found this man, robert grappi, he was discovered by police. investigators say he shown signs of dimension and left his home monday without medication. >> at that point we thought it reached the level of contacting chp to have a silver alert issued. >> silver alerts are not for every missing senior. the person must be in danger or must be in the presence of a dangerous person. long an amber alert a silver alert will not be flashed on sig
will not move over the mountains. we will stay close to normal. 33 at the airport. 26 in parkton. oakland and frostburg have dropped into the teens. the wind is light across the metro area. we will not see any major warmup. temperatures will get close to the normal mark of 42. 42 in southern maryland. starting off with clouds. they will move from west to east. highs will be up near 40 degrees. drop down into the 20's. you will need a jacket and some of gloves. as far as the precipitation, we're talking nothing. we will be basically dry until sunday. >> good morning. if you are going back to work or school, this is 97 and 65 down towards 100. so far so good on the west side, 55 miles per hour. this is 70 in towards the beltway, 63. 65 on the southbound harrisburg expressway. picking up just a bit prior to the beltway. southbound from coldspring lane down towards 28th street on the j.f.x., 50 miles per hour. moving well on the north side at harford road. 57 on 95 down to the 895 split. seven minutes through that stretch. it is the starting to build at the fort mchenry tunnel. no official de
. a problem in the oakland area southbound 880. the red line just jammed at an earlier multicar accident past fruitville. just been cleared but traffic now backed to 980. and a couple of capital corridor and ace delays for you get you u up to date on what is going on. spare the air today and most likely tomorrow. don't burn the wood. until 9:00 keep everything ♪ >>> all that jumping going on. we're jumpstarting january, right here in times square. we're getting a whole bunch of people in shape this morning. all kinds of ideas how to kick-start your weight loss for 2013. make good on all the new year's resolutions. a lot of people getting a good start right now. and january in times square. >> that song by jennifer lopez makes me want to get up. maybe not to get up like what people have done. >>> also coming up in this half hour, a real special story. espn's hannah storm, revealing a terrifying moment she faced a wall of fire. it was a terrifying explosion that left her with second-degree burns. but she is an incredible woman. she is back on the air. and talks about how her daughter may have
in oakland. >> even one reported concord - salvio and my diablo you can see there were five all together this morning. >> catherine: developing news tonight on hillary clinton.. the secretary of state has been released from a new york hospital tonight. this was the scene as she left for another hospital building earlier today.she walked out with members of her family. clinton was treated for a blood clot in her head - which was related to a concussion she suffered -- when she fainted while recovering from stomach flu. doctors treated the 65-year- old with blood thinners -- recover. >> dsigh of relief. from the fiscal cliff legislation. dan kerman. >> reporter: at the end of the day the votes were there for passage. >> on this vote is 257-167 this motion is adopted. >> tuesday evening they pass the senate version of the fiscal cliff legislation >> i will attach a sign this and also preventing the middle-class tax hike we could have sent the economy back into the recessionyour tax rate may not be changing under the fiscal cliff agreement. this also extends unemployment benefits with 2 mill
and invisibility of what happens in chicago, philadelphia, new york, detroit, oakland, and the like has to be addressed. >> michael, i think this moment needs to become a movement that binds newtown, that binds the fact that black young men are eight times more likely to be killed in gun homicides than young white men. i think there needs to be a sense of the urgency. what worries me is what you are talking about is critical in the short-term, the medium term, the long-term. in that poverty and despair, if there is access to guns and easy access to guns, we can talk about the mental health situation in this country, which is so important. we can talk about the violent culture, but other countries have mental health problems. other countries have violent vamz, but they don't have that easy access to guns which make this so deadly. >> they haven't been -- >> disposable youth. >> we said afternoon newtown, never again. we have not said never again when it happens in other communities, and the psychic signal it sends to young people that my life is not really worth the kind of political pro
to the 60s. 62 in livermore. 61 for fremont, 61 in oakland. we do have rain on the way, most of which will come down overnight, saturday to sunday. cool clear with temperatures in the upper 50s. >> and that's your latest weather. >> he's on a roll. >> creative bunch. >> no question about it. >>> coming up, betting on your ability to lose weight online. we'll tell you more about that. but first, these messages. nature's true celebrities aren't always the most obvious. it's more than being glamorous, or tall. it's not all about who sparkles the most. or who is the best dressed. what nature really cares about is what you have to offer. like the stevia plant. small and humble with a surprising secret to share... sweetness. truvia sweetener. zero-calorie sweetness, born from the stevia leaf. from nature, for sweetness. i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stages. but when joint
morning america," becky worley, abc news, oakland, california. >> a lot of thumbs-up there. >> i like the bisquick, with the hot dogs in them. >> those twins are cute. >> really cute. >>> jessica simpson looked her best in the daisy dukes. you see her right there. now, harley pasternak is here to help all of us jumpstart our january. >>> that's amazing. >> yeah. >> "avatar." >> welcome back, everybody. we're here with celebrity trainer, harley pasternak. we're sharing secrets to training the stars. boy, you trained some of the most fit out there. we're talking rihanna, kim kardashian, katy perry. and now, you. you're going to teach us how to have an all-star body. >> you don't need my help. >> come on. we're jumpstarting our january. we're starting with the legs. katy perry has legs that are just so toned. >> she is. we can do it playing a video game. >> we have a video game. harley pasternak, hollywood workout. you can do it at home. and under 30 bucks, you get me. you get me telling you how to do the exercises. the avatar of me, with the sarcasm. >> oh, good. >> and notice, i have n
of it and does nothing. the 3,000 miles west in oakland, calif. you have a landlord trying to kick out the tenant and the federal government trying to seize the property from the landlord because the tenant in compliance with california law, the same law as new jersey law is distributing medical marijuana. the federal government has addressed these two issues in a vastly different way. california, a federal magistrate judge said it is a preliminary injunction, you don't have the right to kick the amount now. the federal government doesn't have the right to seize the property. we will have a trial and see what the effects are. stuart: reversal. judge napolitano: it is a preliminary set back for the victorian forces that want to interfere with the state law permitting the dispensing of medical marijuana. stuart: why use the expression victorian? judge napolitano: and migrate grandmother. and speak of her that way. stuart: when do you think it ever do you think that we will have legalized marijuana in the united states on a federal basis? judge napolitano: i don't know if it will come on a federal b
of these veterans either. cut va benefits absolutely slice them to the bone. all right. patrice out in oakland, california. >> caller: happy new year to you. this is an acceptable bill. this is the best that could be done at this point, but you know something, we knew that they were an obstructionist congress. we knew this from the very beginning, but this goes back to 2010 like i told my cousin. when liberals decided to sit out the election and let the tea party get in there, what do you expect to happen? this is why elections matter. hopefully we learned our lesson for 2014. when the next midterm elections come up, we know what we're dealing with now. if we get more democrats in congress we won't have to worry about this mess. >> bill: that's an excellent point. i had this discussion with my family too over the holiday. one of my cousins was saying it is really good for the country not to have one party in charge. and, you know, in theory that may be true, but not with this gong of republicans. >> caller: definitely not. and as far as boehner is concerned, he is finished,
that. seeing what he did in oakland and i was a fan of the progressive talk radio show he did for awhile, it is interesting to see, i know he's irritated a lot of our friends in california. he's cut funding. i have friends who have handicapped children who are not fans of his because of his cuts. they've made a stronger, healthier economy. he seems to have proven his own point. we will see. >> we shall see. >> john: who else is on the phone? >> we've got gary in washington. >> john: i've been waiting so long. gary, you're here to talk about my favorite subject of the week, harry reid. >> caller: yeah, i would like to know where he comes from. i thought he was a progressive. this guy he caved with mcconnell -- >> john: you might want to lower the volume on your radio. can you do that? >> caller: just a second. >> john: i don't like hearing myself on a good day. >> let's go to the next person. >> john: is he gone? we lost him. sorry, gary, we're gone now. john in california, you're calling about gays. >> hey john. >> caller: hi. i'm still here. i'm ready. okay. i was watching c-
hoffa. he told w nbc in new york that he is buried in a field in northern oakland county, michigan. he claims to have no mafia connections and knows they buried him with the plan of moving him and never did. surprise, surprise. supreme court justice clarence thomas has broken his silence. he had not spoken at an oral argument for years. he did it by making a joke about lawyers from yale. his law school and alma mater when compared to lawyers from harvard. the transcript released by the court does not capture the flavor of the exchange, but the lawyer arguing was apparently not so pleased i'm sure. i'm sure there were audible gasps when he spoke. >> maybe this is a turn of the time. >> i wouldn't expect much more. >> lance armstrong and the legal implications of doping. a man went to prison for helping athletes with performance-enhancing drugs. plus jeffrey tube in coming up next. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my o
from 880 over to the area. let's look at oakland. traffic flow is much nicer there. a smooth drive north toward high street. and no delays to the bay bridge toll plaza which is clear. >> we'll be back at 10:26 for our next news and weather update. >>> from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> it's thirsty thursday. it's jan 3rd, 2013. kathie lee is still enjoying some time off and recovering from her root canal. >> oh, did you talk to her? >> i left her a voice mail, but she wasn't answering. >> she's probably sleeping. >> taking drugs. >> taking drugs. >> which she likes to do. >> how was your night recovering after your birthday? >> yesterday we did this whole segment about how you want a dog and you're so excited, and you could handle a dog and then i go home, and i'm taking down my tree, christmas tree, which is so dry. people should take their trees down and let go because they're dangerous. they really are dangerous. >> right. >> anyway, i'm taking it down, and i smell something awful, and my poor little
and livermore. mid-to-upper 30's around the bay explore and the south bay and low-to-upper 40's around oakland and san francisco. sunny and mild today. wet weather is possible on wednesday and a better chance of showers and snow showers on saturday and sunday. sue? >> an injury accident with six cars involved in an overturn on the shoulder. that is the only good news, southbound 880, so take extra caution this morning. a stall in the san mateo bridge high ride a truck is blocking the right lane. traffic is getting busy in the westbound direction. to the south bay, we have a jackknifed big rig just now cleared. the app sh >>> and you see the capitol right there, as our coverage of inauguration day 2013 continues. the president about to get in the motorcade in a few moments and head towards the capitol. as he's getting ready for that, let's go back out to the mall. bill weir is there. he was there four years ago. he's back there today, with a lot of people having fun. bill, are you there? >> sometimes, it's hard to hear in the middle of that. he can't hear us right now. again, you're looking, a
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